OBITUARY

Gabrielle Nicole Aguirre

January 15, 1997April 3, 2019

Gabrielle Nicole Aguirre was born on January 15, 1997 and passed away on April 3, 2019.

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Gabrielle Nicole Aguirre

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Sabrina Pace

April 16, 2019

Gabby,

I’m so thankful for the time I got with you on this earth. Having you in class and watching you lead and grow as a leader at NSHS was quite a sight. Your strong will and personality is what so many of your peers admired about you. I’m thankful for your hard work and constant “thank yous” each time we accomplished a project. It never went unnoticed. Students like you keep me coming to work each and every day. You inspired me more than you know as your teacher and sponsor. I’m so thankful knowing that you are an angel watching over so many. How lucky we all are!

Much love,
Sabrina Pace

Katlyn Urias

April 14, 2019

Words could never live up to the person Gabby was or what she meant to me. Gabby was the friend that was always there anytime you needed her, and displayed loyalty in a way no one else could. When she knew I was sad, she wouldn’t call or text me, she would drive directly to my house walk up the stairs to my room and do anything to make me smile no matter what she was doing. I’ve forever cherish our froyo dates, chilies dates, sprinting to the softball field laughing praying we wouldn’t have to pushups (we were always late), picking out our homecoming dresses together, getting our nails done, running for student government together making 200+ cupcakes, being on homecoming court, kicking booty in powderpuff (us being crazy competitive as always), jamming to Dixie chicks in the Jeep, TPing boys as our way of flirting, living in your dorm for a week sleeping in the tiny twin bed together, coming to your dorm so you could do my makeup before we went to bar night (you really did do it the best), the tailgates (gabby Dani and I dancing crazy), you teaching me how to snow ski and picking me up every time I fell, playing 7-11 around the campfire, convincing the bartender at MiCo to give you a marg on your 20th birthday, going to the lake, our tanning days when we would put a whole bottle on tanning oil on our bodies, all the forth of July/ Christmas Eve parties, laying in bed talking about anything and everything, and the list goes on. But most of all I’ll never forget the kind of heart you had. Gabby, you sure were a light to all us, and always loved. I will miss you forever, and I will make you proud. I love you so much Gabrielle.

Lori Joyce

April 14, 2019

Felix, Lindsey, Priscilla, Felix,,, Julian called me this morning on his way to the service. Both Peri and Julian thought I'd heard from the other. I have no words. All I know is that the Lord needed a very special angel and He chose an amazing beautiful girl. Y'all were/are family. I have cried in between work appointments all day. But we know where she is and the glory and joy she has for eternity.

We will all be together again. You and your entire family are in our prayers.

All our love,
Lori & Jeff Joyce

The attached is from a book of devotionals by Sarabeth Browne.

Cristina Francese

April 13, 2019

To the Aguirre family,
Sending you love and prayers during this difficult time. So saddened to hear of Gabrielle’s passing. We will always cherrish the memories we created together in the Bahamas. May her lovely soul rest in peace.
With love from the Francese family ❤️🙏🏻

Lisa Sims

April 13, 2019

I taught Gabby in first grade at Country Place. I always think of my students at the age I taught them- to me, Gabby is forever 6. In class she was kind, loving, a hard worker, fun, and you could always tell how she felt by her expression! I remember mom dressing her so cute and that big ponytail. I think I was jealous of her hair! I also remember how sweet her family was and how supportive they were of each other. I’m praying that during the hardest season, you find comfort in God’s promises. I will never understand things this side of heaven, but I am trusting His goodness and promises that we will see Gabby again. I included our first grade class picture. We all look different, but the fond memories stay the same! My condolences to the entire Aguirre family. You are in my thoughts and prayers today. Love, Lisa Sims (Lisa Satagaj)

Paula Bronder

April 13, 2019

Dear Lindsay and Felix and Family,
It seems like it was only a few years ago that your Darling Gabby and Precious Priscilla would walk down to our house and ask if they could play with Kelley. Your girls were always so happy and kind and loving, and we all just loved seeing them anytime.
Kelley was in preschool then & had no friends that lived in our neighborhood, so he always looked forward to your sweet girls coming to see him! Sometimes he just couldn’t wait, so we had to walk up to your house and see if they could come down and have “school” with him. Kelley was just learning his ABC’s and 123’s and Gabby and Priscilla would be his “teachers” and help him with reading and writing and they would color with him. When Priscilla got older and wanted to spend more time with her friends, Gabby would come down to play with Kelley by herself. I think Kelley was about 3, so Gabby must have been about 7 years old then. Even though Gabby was just a little girl herself, it was quite obvious back then that she had the sweetest, most radiant little soul. You just couldn’t be around her without being happy.

I remember much later when Gabby won Homecoming Queen. I think I was sick so I, unfortunately, didn’t get to go, but Ned said the whole stadium just went crazy when Gabby won. It was very obvious that EVERYONE loved Gabby. The next day, Ned put a sign out in our yard that said “Way to go, Gabby!” When she saw it, she stopped and thanked us and it was so wonderful to see how happy she was.

Her life was cut too terribly short, but during her time here on Earth, she brought so much light and love to everyone that she ever met. We are all better off having known her, and she will forever be in our hearts and memories. She was an Angel on Earth; now she’s an Angel in Heaven that will always watch over you all. Our prayers are with you during this heartbreaking time. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Love, Paula, Ned, and Kelley Bronder

Jare Johnson

April 12, 2019

Jare Johnson

April 12, 2019

The light,

Deana Costa

April 12, 2019

Gabby was a very fun loving young lady. Very thoughtful and looked out for others. She was in my first teaching class and coaching. She was always upbeat and positive. Gabby you will be missed. But you have touched so many lives in such a amazing way!
Deana Costa "Coach Costa"

John Stan

April 12, 2019

The Aguirre family was my second family when I moved to Carrollton in 1995. Gabby was the first baby that I worked up the courage to hold…under the direct supervision of Lindsey. Watching her grow up from a baby to an amazing adult is a treasured memory and she will be terribly missed. Cherished memories of her will live forever and my sincerest condolences go to Lindsey, Felix and the rest of the family.